GGF launches new subscription model

Ben Wallace, head of membership and customer relations for the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF)

Leaders of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) have launched an updated subscription model for the first time since it was originally established in 1977. The new model reflects the federation’s upgraded membership benefits, we have been told.

“I think it’s fair to say that the GGF is not the same organisation it was over 40 years ago,” said Ben Wallace, the GGF’s head of membership and customer relations. “In fact, the team has been working tirelessly to update our services and ensure we have a truly useful and relevant offering for members operating in today’s market.

“We identified that a new subscription model was needed to better reflect these changes, and so we consulted heavily with members to ensure that any amendments would be made with their valuable insight. Our goal was straightforward: to eliminate present inconsistencies, create a clear, inclusive, and easy-to-understand subscription structure, and to enhance our ability to grow our member base and the benefits they receive.

“We are aware that the changes we are making to the subscription model will mean an increase for some members. But as we have held our prices firm throughout the modernisation of the GGF to date, the update is now a necessity. There are discounts available to those who submit their turnovers early and make prompt payments.”

John Agnew, GGF’s group managing director, added: “We cannot stress enough how grateful we are to all our members for their ongoing support over the years. This revised subscription model to the ‘new look’ GGF and all its additional services, is a testament to our commitment to ensuring no member feels unsupported, and to enriching member benefits and forging industry partnerships.

“We want to solidify the work we have done to date while strategically building a strong future for the GGF and our valued members.”

Examples of how the GGF team has improved its offering to members include its comprehensive recycling schemes, the research it invested in to help lobby government about the inclusion of the window and door industry at policy level, and its pulse testing service to help businesses prove compliance with the Approved Document F legislation. To learn more about the benefits of joining the GGF, click here.

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